FX has renewed the Denis Leary comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll for a second season, the network announced Wednesday. The 10-episode sophomore run will premiere in 2016.

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll stars Leary as "Johnny Rock," lead singer of the '90s rock band The Heathens, who were on the brink of becoming superstars when they broke up after the guitarist (John Corbett) found Johnny Rock in bed with his wife. Twenty-five years later, they reunite as the backup band for Johnny's daughter Gigi (Elizabeth Gillies).

"The only thing that could make me happier about this announcement is if David Bowie decided to be a guest star during Season 2. In which case, my head would explode. Hopefully on-camera so we get a kickass viral video out of it. Not to mention awesome Live+3s," Leary, who also created the show, said in a statement. "I look forward to once again creating new episodes of television with John Landgraf's exceptional FX team. And scoring some cool Bastard Executioner swag."

Are you looking forward to more Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll?